2018 Assets

. February 2, 2018.

Let us help you win a Best of Washtenaw award!

Your vote is your voice, so use it in our Best of Washtenaw Readers Poll. We want you to vote for the people, places, things and ideas that make Washtenaw County great.

For on-ballot advertising options CLICK HERE

We encourage you to grab the graphics from this page and share them on your own website and social media platforms, or print them as postcards and posters!

BEST OF WASHTENAW LOGO: 

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To use our logo, right click on the image and save it to your computer.

WEBSITE WIDGET: 

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To use this widget, right click on the image and save it to your computer.

FACEBOOK COVER IMAGE: 

 

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To use this image for your Facebook cover, right click on the image and save it to your computer.

INSTAGRAM IMAGE: 

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To use this image for your Instagram feed, right click on the image and save it to your computer.

8.5X11 POSTER: 

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To hang this poster in your business or organization, download a PDF to print. This poster is 8.5″x11″.

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